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    November 18, 2013
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impact. according to chp howard was driving his bmw at more than 100 mi. per hour. that is when the chp reared ended a big break causing him to lose control slummy head on into the s u b. we do know that howard was wearing a seatbelt and there is no physical evidence of drug and alcohol at the crash site. now, and the investigation into the crash and why howard was driving so fast is just getting started. >> reporter: did check with the raiders so far they are not stating anything on the crash. we are waiting on a
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toxicology report but that kuwait that could take up to a week or longer. scott rates kron 4 news >> reporter:thomas howard was a linebacker for the raiders from 2006 - 2010. the raiders drafted the texas native in the second round out of the university of texas el paso. his best year with the raiders was 2007. he had six interceptions that year.two of which were returned for touchdowns. >> reporter:howard played for the bengals in 2011 and 2012. then this season he was with the falcons, but only briefly.atlanta released him >> reporter:he was with the falcons briefly this season before they released him november 12th.last tuesday. the thomas howard foundation website says it aims to help kids acamdeically and athletically.
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>> reporter:it provides various scholarships. howard was not heavily recruited coming out of high school. and it says his journey was a tough one filled with many obstacles. thomas is quoted saying. " everyone's path to greatness is different. my journey to the nfl was one that i will never forget. if i can make an obstacle a building block for the next generation i will. we're continuing to learn more about thomas howard.and this story is still developing. >> reporter:stay connected - we'll have kron4.com, as well as facebook, twitter, and our kron-4 mobile app. >> pam: wet weather on the way. you are looking live from the golden gate, san mateo and bay bridges. although it doesn't look too bad right now. that will all be changing very soon. i'm here in the kron-4 weather center with chief meteorolgist jacqueline bennet. she's tracking the oncoming rain. >> pam: and we desperately need to rein. >> jacqueline: we do need
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the rain. >> jacqueline: you can see the storm is really up to the north but here is the tail end of it and we are seeing at stretch down all the way to the south. so it is stretching so far off shore we are seeing the tropical moisture with periods of more moderate rainfall. tomorrow morning that is on the really expect the ring to began mainly in the north bay. >> pam: and remember -- >> pam: you can track when the rain will hit -- with the new kron-4 weather app. available on apple, android and blackberry. >> catherine: a developing story. a wave of tornadoes and
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severe weather blasted across the midwest over the weekend. causing widespread destruction -- especially in illinois. >> catherine: at least 8 people have been killed.and the search for survivors continues. >> catherine: the sights and sounds of the storm terrified people. at one home.a father prayed as he recorded the tornado outside his window. and t-v anchors reporting on the storms were forced to take cover. >> catherine: parts of central illinois took the brunt of the storm. >> catherine: but nearly 70 tornadoes were reported across the midwest. >> catherine: including indiana, michigan, wisconsin and missouri. >> catherine: homes were shredded. whole neighborhoods gone. a 78-year-old woman named mary kael was also in illinois.
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and talked about what happened from her hospital bed. >> you just do not think that thinks like this will happen. all the hard rain and winds ... and about that fast it was over a period of sudden my lake's felt like they were paralyzed it hurts something terrible. legs "i could see the tornado starting to come down.heart stopped."
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>> catherine: aside from flattening homes.cars and belongings were tossed around. and hundreds of thousands >> catherine: the illinois town of washington is apparently the hardest hit spot. the mayor says as many as 500 homes were damaged or destroyed. >> catherine: we're still getting shocking images of the typhoon damage in the philippines. a video camera attached to a drone is giving us a better idea of the scope of the devastation.. >> catherine: it's not until you get an aerial view -- that you get a handle on the true dimensions of the tragedy. and it's clear why rescue workers say they have months - if not years - of work ahead. these are views of tacloban - the hardest hit city. it's now been 11 days since the typhoon hit. >> catherine: at least 42- hundred people were killed. the world bank has now offered a 500-million-dollar emergency loan to help re- build. >> pam: a body was found this morning on the rocks at lands end. this is video from our helicopter partnership with
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abc7 news. you can see police officers and firefighters at the scene, near the body. patrol cars were stationed further up the road. >> pam:somebody called and reported seeing the deceased person. shortly before 8:30, then hung up. >> pam: the body. no word yet on the identity of the person. the san francisco medical examiner's office is working to determine the cause of death. >> pam: coming up at 5:15. going viral across the nation. kron 4 sits down with the family. behind these photos. >> pam: then at 5:30. the stock market hits new highs. >> pam: but -- is it all just a bubble waiting to burst? our financial expert will join us live and next. >> pam: he was aquitted of murdering an unarmed young,
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>> catherine: george zimmerman was arrested again today. after deputies were called out to a disturbance at the home of his girlfriend in florida. she told them that he had pointed a shotgun at her.and broke a table. he's now been charged with aggravated assault and battery.
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>> catherine: about two months ago - he was involved in a dispute with his estranged wife shellie - after she filed divorce papers. no charges were filed in that case. >> catherine: this is the florida home where today's dispute happened. he's had several run-ins with the law since being acquitted of murder and manslaughter in the death of trayvon martin. he's also been pulled over twice for speeding. still ahead. >> pam: >> pam: bart and its unions at odds again. the problem with the previously agreed to contract. and what's next. >> pam: then -- >> pam: the big hit which some say lost the 49ers. a big game. did refs make the right call? and he saved from san francisco from evil. no celebrities are weighing in on batkids big adventure.
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>> gary: >> reporter: not even three months old and he has been on some napping him body.
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hash tech is trending on as the graeme and twitter 11 puppies are rescued by the santa cruz s c c k. he is playing hide and seek and that is where we found jessica she but she took all of the falls and is over one and hope that the pictures would inspire others to adopt. >> it is an exciting, it's just
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crazy. i think that it is refrewshing because of somuch negativity in the world. this story makes people smile. >> reporter: we will follow her block and keep you posted. blog
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>> reporter:it's the story we just can't get enough of. and apparently we're not alone. batkid has not only won the hearts of san francisco. but some celebs as well. >> reporter:you'd think having all the love from gotham city would be enough for batkid - aka 5 miles scott. >> reporter:but after getting his wish cleaning up the city. and bagging the bad guys. batkid is now getting shout-outs from some other capped crusaders. like batman - christian bale. >> reporter:the next batman - ben affleck tweeting - batkid best batman ever. and let us not forget the
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original tv batman - adam west. >> reporter:"relieved gotham is safe again thanks to miles. batman actor michael keaton telling tmz "it's the cutest thing in the world, it's so cool," coming up on the kron 4 news at 6. with all the hoopla. you have to wonder about the expense. we find out what it took to transform san francisco into gotham city. and did it cost taxpayers a penny? we have the price-less answer. >> jacqueline: we are going to stay dry for the morning commute slow down the road will be slippery for the first few showers. same thing goes for the 10:00 hour it is after the rain into the 1:00 hour between showers and sentences goal in the delta by 4:00 we will see more moderate rainfall lookouts quickly it will be idled the south bay.
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>> gary: by the >> jacqueline: by the 9:00 hour we will see more showers return mainly to the north by the 4:00 hour through santa rosa. and by that reckoning uc dry conditions. dr dreyer conditions >> jacqueline: else where you looking at half an inch of rain with a hired to myself of the golden gate. higher terrain >> jacqueline:
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62 in san jose as for the sierra we are not expecting a lot of snow. the snowfall level will be above 7,500 ft. which is really high. showers into when stanley into wednesday. on and off tomorrow with the rain. after that we will see dry your conditions alter the weekend that to the 70 degree mark >> pam: next.
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>> pam: tragedy at a zoo. animals turn on each other -- in front of dozens of onlookers. and it was all caught on camera. then. >> pam: most say it was bound to happen eventually. why n-f-l players might want to think twice about those long -locks. [ female announcer ] welcome one and all to a tastier festive feast. so much to sip and savor, a feeding frenzy to say the least. a turkey from safeway is just what they crave. a hero of the table, "so delicious" they'll rave. fresh, natural, frozen. it's the best selection around. spend $30 and a frozen safeway turkey is just 59 cents a pound.
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>> pam: zoo-keepers at the dallas zoo are trying to figure out why one of its lions killed a lioness this weekend. it was all the more disturbing - since dozens of people, including children. were watching as it happened. reporter marie saavedra talked to witnesses. >> reporter:as word spread of what happened sunday afternoon at the dallas zoo, many couldn't decide what was worse: that a lion killed one of its own, or that dozens of families saw it happen. "at first you think they're playing. then you realize he's killing her and you're watching it. you just can't believe your eyes." >> catherine: michael henshaw and jim giants of the savannah exhibit around 2:15 p.m. when they saw two lions and one lioness, five-
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year-old johari. >> catherine: they described an attack that seemed to start innocently. "the male lion that started it just had his mouth over her throat, and everyone thought they were playing at first, but then they could see she was struggling." >> catherine: dylan parker was also in the horrified crowd. "he just lay beside her and held her by the neck for like 10 minutes just holding it there, waiting until it quit moving." >> catherine: in a video, captured by another witness, you can see the aftermath. >> catherine: but at that time, and still hours later, the dallas zoo still has no idea how this happened. "we really don't." >> catherine: lynn kramer is the vice president of animal operations and says the three animals involved were born in captivity, and have been together in dallas every day for the last three years. "we've had, you know a few incidents of rough play, but
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nothing out of the ordinary." >> catherine: even in the wild, lions in prides rarely, if ever, turn on each other. so why would he go after another in a zoo? "i've been in the zoo business over 35 years. i've worked in five major zoos, and i've never seen a cat kill another cat before." >> catherine: zoo staff say we may never know why. but the families who witnessed this big cat's violent end will still wonder. >> catherine: the lion involved was not tranquilized -- simply moved from the enclosure. and for now -- the male lions will no longer be in the exhibit with any females. >> pam: coming up. >> pam: was this famous actress murdered? the new report which disputes how brittany murphy died. then -- new video. showing the final moments of a doomed russian jetliner.
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: wet weather on the way. you are looking live from san francisco. although it doesn't look too bad right now. >> pam: the weather will all be changing in a matter of hours. and the bay area desperately needs the rain. i'm here in the kron-4 weather center with chief meteorolgist jacqueline bennet. she's tracking the oncoming rain.
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>> pam: we have not had significant amount of rain since september? >> jacqueline: yes and we need the rain season ticket on its way. >> jacqueline: showers are moving north of us if you look at the tail end of the storm is stripped all the way off shore. surely that is tapping into tropical moisture. here is a look at the future cast brought out the door tomorrow morning. we are going to finish timing futurecast and how long it of the rain will last? coming on top-and
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remember -- you can track whenthe rain will hit -- with the new kron-4 weather app. available on apple, android and blackberry. >> catherine: u-s stocks ended mixed after reaching new highs earlier in the day. the dow topped 16-thousand for the first time today. and the s-and-p 500 briefly surpassed 18-hundred for the first time. the final numbers. the dow was up 14 points today. the nasdaq was down 36. and the s&p down 6 points. >> catherine: our financial expert rob black is here to talk about the market. >> reporter: after we were out of the recession in 2008
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it has been a pretty thick mold moles move. >> reporter:i am notyet. >> catherine: some investors are same state away, it is a bubble. it will burst >> catherine: are you saying that it is not a bubble? >> reporter:i look at walstreet a little differently. >> catherine: are there any losers? >> reporter:microd microsoft
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worries me. it is a bix big index. >> reporter: if microsoft stars doing well and then they will fire people. >> catherine: >> reporter:what it means to me is dow goes higher. everyone seems to want a piece of the pie.
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>> catherine: thank-you rob black >> reporter:thank you >> pam: the 49ers returned to the site of last year's superbowl. to battle the powerhouse new orleans saints .the game was close, but in the end, a controversial penalty may have done the team in. >> pam: kron four executive sports producer jason appelbaum joins me to break it down. >> reporter:but everyone is talking about this hit on drew brees that came late in the 4th quarter with the 49ers >> reporter:it was a wild sunday in the nfl. we'll start with a harrowing play. arizona cardinals running back andre ellington gets his hair ripped out. jacksonville's jason babin grabbed a fistful of dreads while making the tackle. it is legal to tackle a
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player by yanking his hair.if it come out.so be it.dems the rules. "i basically bear hugged hi m." "he made a great play. he has a penalty we give him a-. that is our interpretation. "
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>> reporter: matt mcclain starting in the place of the injured tyrrell prior. the and f l top defense as in yards allowed with three touchdowns and no interceptions. by the most ever by in contrast rookie. here is the coach "i am going to wait and have a meeting was or visit with terrell. i am not sure where he is at physically. i will
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not get into a hypothetical issue it, because i do not know that. and i can get an opportunity to sit down with terrell to find out where he is back physically then i can make a decision about this sunday. " >> reporter: blowing did lead the raiders to the first the most that they have scored all year. so you better believe the coaching staff will consider it. also gary will wait and what it hit spot.
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>> reporter: nothing serious. look worst that it really was. shot up to the dread head separate will get it stitched back and. after the game.ellington tweeted.hair is all good. in. there it is.jason babin holding the hair for all to see.a trophy of sorts. >> reporter:and crazy video from buffalo yesterday where a fan falls from the top deck.landing on another fan. check it out. you can see the fan sliding down the railing.in a seated postion. he then loses his balance.and flips backward. we'll slow it down and play it again. falling about 30 feet to the section below. >> reporter:the man who fell. landed on another man.both survived.but the guy who fell has been banned from the bills stadium.and he could face charges.
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>> pam: the address see why you'd want to put the port and stated that it was not resuming negotiations. bart riders are not happy that this whole can of worms has reopened. they should have read the contract before signing it. since they signed it they should not be they should not go back. you make a contract you should along with it. >> pam: you will hear what
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the union has to say at 6:00. >> pam: not happy at work? you're not alone. just how many americans hate their jobs. >> pam: then. from chilly weather to sniffly travelers. tips to stay healthy on the go. this holiday season. i love watching tv outside.
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and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. announcer: announcer: you're on the right track
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>> pam: dissatisfied with your job? >> pam: have an annoying boss? >> pam: or just flat out hate work altogether? >> pam: you're not alone. a new survey says. a lot of >> pam: americans are not happy at work. >> pam: zain asher is at the new york stock exchange. >> reporter:work is almost never perfect. >> reporter:you might have a loud talker in the cubicle next to you. or the food in the lunch room might not be so great.
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>> reporter:still, most of us get over these little annoyances. >> reporter:but for 16- percent of americans, they find work unbearable. >> reporter:they hate their jobs. >> reporter:monster dot-com looked at how we compared to other countries. and american workers are the most unhappy. >> reporter:behind the u-s are british workers. 12- percent of themgermany is also showing double-digits dissatifaction. so who loves work the most? our neighbors to the north. canada. >> reporter:as for the u-s, monster doesn't nail the unhappiness down to one factor. a lot of things go into job satisfaction, but one factor is money. >> reporter:21-percent of workers who made less than 50-thousand dollars a year said they hated their jobs. compared to only 10-percent of americans making over 50- thousand who hate their jobs. >> reporter:and in recent months, lower-wage workers have been taking to the
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streets, going on strike to protest those wages. >> reporter:but despite all the dissatifaction, most americans -- 53-percent -- like their job. some even say they love it so much that they'd do it for free. i'm zain asher in new york. >> catherine: russian t-v has been showing video of last night's passenger jet crash that killed all 50 people aboard. >> catherine: it's dark and grainy -- but you see the light from the plane as it goes down in a near-vertical dive. then explodes in a giant fire ball. we're learning today that the plane was making its second landing attempt in the city of kazan.that's about 500 miles east of moscow. investigators are looking into possible pilot error or equipment failure. >> jacqueline: a very slight chance of showers from the south and most of the ring will be from the north. more moderate rainfall and the
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north bay during this time. at the 1:00 hour and will head down forced to sell. it looks like it will be up in the south bay very quickly and we will have it little bit of low wednesday morning. a few more showers mainly in the north bay which will link to the morning hours and the 11:00 hour. so here is a look at iran had line in time line. 5:00 in the morning to stan and among state accurate during this time it will be on the chilly side with '50s and '60s. any where from half an inch of rain depending on elevation. with higher elevation you will definitely see more. as for
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the sierra will be mostly grain uc here today to stay the evening hours it is mostly grain. rain. under an inch of snow on wednesday. >> jacqueline: conditions are going to be trying out and running back into the '60s spirit >> reporter: crowded malls
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and terminals type airline cabins jam packed family gathering for the holidays point us all much closer together. the centers for disease control and prevention travel health consultant dr. phyllis court desires peace test stain ahead peak travel season means going back to the basic spirit getting a flu shot, washing our hands carefully and killing tissues and using them properly. sneezing into our tissues or coughing on our sleeves are probably the best thing that we can do. >> reporter: says no method is going to be 100 percent effective. but if the guy in the row behind you is sneezing over your shoulder proper respiratory etiquette. surfaces like
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handrail st tables and see back pockets can potentially have a lot of terms. don't touch them and use hand sanitizer or disinfected white streaks or carry on. wipes >> reporter: and if you are the sick one check with your airline. they may let you were scheduled flight with a doctor's note. people always are in a rush to go somewhere and it is much more safe if you realize that you are sick and you have a fever and cough to stay home aware you are. stay hydrated to alter travels can also keep sickness away. so get plenty of rest even among the holiday. karin caifa kron 4
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news >> pam: we are getting ready for the holidays with a special dining and shopping guide here on kron 4. it's our holiday gadgets and goodies special coming up friday night at 9:00 p.m.. vicki live beyond this shows you the best holiday east interests, from dying out to great recipes. and gabe the highest tech items sure to impress those on your gift list friday at 9:00 p.m..
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>> catherine: a shocking new report says that actress brittany murphy may have been murdered. >> catherine: she was found dead in her hollywood hills home nearly four years ago. >> catherine: an l-a coroner originally said she died from pneumonia. >> catherine: but an independent report ordered by murphy's father says >> catherine: the death was "not" from natural causes. >> catherine: and in fact -- she might have died from something like rat poison. >> catherine: 10 heavy metals were found in her system - suggesting possible foul play. >> catherine: she had suffered symptoms consistent with metal
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poisoning.including dizziness, sweating and pneumonia. >> catherine: and whatever happened - affected her husband, too. >> catherine: five months after her death.he died from similar symptoms. [ male announcer ] with at&t,
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and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: a high-speed crash
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in the east bay. it takes the life of former raider thomas howard. the c h p says, the 30 year-old was going more than 100 mi. an hour. witnesses say that he lost control of his bmw. and into a big break on highway 880 in oakland. the impact then sent his car over the guard rail into oncoming traffic. killing another driver as well. >> reporter: we now know the names of the two people killed in a deadly crash. 64 year old man seemed a long luo was killed when the s u
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b he was driving was hit head on by a bmw coming from the other direction the driver of the bmw this man, 30 year old thomas howard a former linebacker for the raiders. howard, most recently plant for cincinnati in the atlanta falcons. according to the c h p how what was driving his b m w 750 l i n at more than 100 mi. per hour when evert and did a big break causing him to lose control and careening over the center divider and slamming had on it intolui we now know howard was wearing his seat belt, and that there was no physical
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evidence of drugs or alcohol at the crash site. the deadly accident happening just days after the 30 year old linebacker was waved from the atlanta falcons. now x teammates are talking about power is death in a twist to a post from by former raider eckardt morse and morrison writes i didn't lose a friend or acts teammate today i truly lost a brother for life in thomas howard, rest in peace how. so far the raiders are not commenting the chp same just because there was no evidence of deep you i'd doesn't mean they are ruling it out, they have to wait to the results of an autopsy. that could take up to a week or longer. >> reporter: thomas howard was a linebacker for the raiders from 2006 to 2010
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the raiders drafted the texas native in the second round out of the universe to t of texas at paso. his best year with the raiders was 2007. he had six interceptions that year two of which were returned for touchdowns. how were played for the thing goes into doubt the elastin and 2012. he was the falcons' briefly this season and before their release 10 november 12th last tuesday. the thomas howard foundation was i says it aims to help kids academically and athletically. it provides the various scholarships. howard was not heavily recruited coming out of high-school. and it says his journey was a tough one. with many obstacles. thomas is quoted saying everyone's path to greatness is different " my journey to an f l was one that i will
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never forget. if i can make an obstacle a building block for the next generation i will. >> reporter: and will continue to follow the new development on this story. you can stay connected with kron4 to get latest information. it will post updates on our web site on kron4 dark, and on our facebook and twitter pages. >> pam: so much rain is needed and is on the way here to the bay area tonight. this is a live look kron4 she's neurologist jacqueline bin it is like and the weather center trucking grain. the jacqueline will can we start seeing some rainfall? >> reporter: we have a lot coming up in just a bit. >> catherine:
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>> catherine: and the parts of the matt west at least eight people are dead, hundreds injured and entire communities are flattened. that's after more than 70 tornadoes were reported sunday from misery to ohio. >> reporter: state and there on a sunday in washington, illinois our father all are in had been hollowed by name >> reporter: elsewhere in the city in >> reporter: 8 tornado touched down in an open field. looking from above damage from above the eye can see. tornado estimate winds of 170 to 190 mi. per hour. at least seven people died.
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it is important that we see each other as family and that we come together when something difficult and that we happen spirit we all want to help the injured. >> reporter: i am hearing things chuck i think that we may need to take shelter ourselves. yes, we do. yes we need to go off the areas we will be right back. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands of people are without power. >> pam: a so-called mistake is creating anxiety among bart riders once again. with fear that another strike is possible. the bart district revealed last week that there is a prohibition in
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the tentative union contracts that bart did not agree to. >> reporter: the provision allows on by members of both unions to get up to six weeks of paid family medical leave. both the negotiators for the union and the bart district signed off on this proposal but now the district says it was all a mistake. the bart board has indicated it cannot support the tentative agreement as is. union members were asked today if that means no other if that means another strike is imminent >> reporter: >> pam: today asked e i you and bart staffers met to review the controversy provision and they were trying to determine just what it would cost the district if the measure
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states in the contract. >> pam: the district has asked the unions to come back to the bargaining table to renegotiate. as each iu has said there will be no new negotiations until the bar district a bolt on the contract. which is scheduled >> pam: police are searching for women who they say is responsible for stilling mail and santa clara this is a surveillance photographs of the woman police say the woman is reported to have taken mail from a home on 3000 lots of parker avenue last week. coming off a santa cruz mother documents last week. coming off a santa cruz mother documents her puppy and toddler. i gotta go deposit a check, transfer some money. so it's your uncle's turn. what? wait, wait, wait... no, no, no, wait, wait.
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>> pam: coming up tonight and gunmen terrorizing a tv station to rid the same man to be connected to it. [ female announcer ] welcome one and all
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>> pam: what began with a proud mom posting a few pictures like this one of her sleeping toddler and his new puppy has gone viral and then some.
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>> pam: from santa cruz, kron four's rob fladeboe has the story about how a postponed christmas present became an internet sensation. what's crazy, says jessica shyba, is that the cell phone pictures she took of her 23-month old son beau sleeping with his new puppy theo have touched a nerve with people all over the world. on her blog 'momma's gone city,' shyba writes about how beau wanted a puppy last christmas when they lived in new york but instead waited till they moved back here to santa cruz before finding theo at the as a pc des.p.c.a. >> reporter:jessica took the pictures with her i-phone. those contained in an instgram message got 40,000 clicks and she's hoping the publicity will do some good.
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one day the zero was there with his brothers and sisters and the rest was history. "i am happy. i hope that you bring some positive attention to be s p c a as well. this is a positive thing that makes people smile. " >> reporter:up since 2 a.m. giving interviews, beau was a bit cranky and in need of a nap but theo went for a walk and chased a neighbor's cat before sacking out on the couch. meantime jessica, an aspiring novelist and photographer, is thinking there might be a book somewhere in all this. >> reporter:
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cauht on camera a gunman terrorizing staff at a french t-v station. other crimes police say the gunman might be connected to. >> reporter: is what people are around this station in paris. he runs from the building coming once a photographer's assistant was shot in paris. the description is similar to the man seen here at the tv station. the multiple is unclear. motives >> catherine: how the u-s is stepping up relief efforts in the philippines after country. >> catherine: the hunt for survivors are not over yet. the world bank is now offering a loan to help
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rebuild at least 42 people have been killed. some of this five drivers still risk the threat of disease. >> jacqueline: and look its satellite and radar picture we see the clouds moving into the bay area but graeme still remains to our north. so here is a look at the future tests up to the north bay pyrrhic the celt of the golden gate will stay dry. same thing and to the 10:00 hour than nasty commute into tomorrow. second sellout in
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to san francisco, oakland hayward by one. by 4 to 7 we have chance of rain and the south bay and by eight or 9:00 it is tapering off. the thing about wednesday morning showers, they will be very isolated and largely up to the north the bay. so the main headline about 5:00 in the morning on tuesday temperatures will stay the same as today. so we will see a half an inch of rain. hired trained with more rain. under a quarter of inch of rain. very similar
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to today 62 in san jose and 60 in now about. 7,500 ft. tomorrow so fast for all the way to wednesday with snow accumulation which will not be a lot some of snow. rain is still mixed up there tomorrow with showers into wednesday and thursday it will call off. cool off. rainy tomorrow and ran into wednesday.
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>> catherine: the second highest the mass killing in america. november 18, 1978. it also marked the only time a u.s. congressman has ever been murdered and the line of duty. the path to the tragedy in debt in the jungles of south america. but it began here in san francisco. axe me your questions and i will tell you right street from the shoulder where i stand. >> catherine: in 1971, the rev. jim jones set up his people's temple on geary boulevard and quickly became a political power broker. his followers helped
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elect mayor george muscone sheriff richard hahn and supervisor harvey milk. as his influence grew newspapers and marvy and magazines began questioning his mouth that spirit jones responded by taking his followers to far offguyana, and carving a community out of the jong go. bay area congressman legal right and flew down to look into reports of people being held against their will. sever cisco examiner reporter tim redder met accompanied the congressman. the people " the people were friendly, all went well. but during three or four hours of conversation with jones,
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we were really disturbed by what we saw. here was a man who had the lives of thousands people in his hands and he showed extreme paranoia. he denied us permission to stay overnight. he was projecting onto his yemenis all things that were evil and all good things upon himself and his movement. " " when we got to the air strip itself and on the temple members return to the strip the and we knew we were in some difficulty, the most likely there would be some trouble. we didn't see any guts to that point so we didn't realize there there will be an attack on a bunch of on our people, bang.. >> catherine: stau st state- owned.
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>> catherine: george zimmerman is behind bars again. this is the new mug shot of george zimmerman,
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the man acquitted of murder and manslaughter in the death of trayvon martin. >> catherine: now, he's accused of pointing a gun at his girlfriend. during an argument at her home. here's part of her 9-1-1 >> catherine: call. "what's going on?" "he's in my house breaking all my * * because i asked him to leave. he has a freaking gun, breaking all of my stuff right now." >> catherine: zimmerman was arrested today and charged with aggravated assault, battery and criminal mischief. >> catherine: he is currently jailed without bail, and has a court appearance set for tomorrow. >> catherine: you may remember, back in september, zimmerman was briefly held by police in an assault case involving his estranged wife. >> pam: batkid -- captured thousands of hearts in san francisco avo: the volkswagen "sign then drive" sales event is back. which means it's never been easier to get a new 2014 jetta. it gets an impressive 34 highway mpg
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> reporter: the chp says howard was driving more than 100 mi. per hour when he hit the back of the big break when he craned over a divider in the middle of 880 crashing into another as you the. the driver in the past uc was also killed. >> reporter: they will have to wait for a toxicology report and that could wait that could take for of two in week or longer. >> reporter: 11 and has died in the other is facing life- threatening injuries. the 23 year old was sitting in her front sit-in in a car with her friend when they report
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into an argument with another vehicle. occupant of the second vehicle shot more and her friend. warren died a short time later and the suspect fled the scene. >> reporter: it would case moved a debut the fourth board cost $417 million. caltran was concerned that people were going to look as they went through the fourth four but that did not happen and it was moved selling heading west and east. >> reporter: year in oakland police headquarters a good samaritan canfor and identified himself as the person who came to the aid of session fleiss man was set on fire on the ac
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transit bus. someone had to help so me and another guy did it appear that we did what we were supposed to do. >> reporter: ahead of its thick drawing force that stars to that the actual process took about eight hours it is on howard between third and fourth street. some 120,000 people are expected for the four day conference. and green day conference tomorrow. heavier than normal and this could be part of the reason for the traffic. >> jacqueline: here is a
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look as satellite great gun. radar >> jacqueline: we will not see when all the way through it will be off and on mainly to mull would cooler temperatures. up to an inch of half of flame. same thing goes for the santa cruz everywhere else will be under a half inch of rain. here is a look at the extended forecast with on and off graeme. lee grant into wednesday morning by thursday, friday and into the weekend we will see drier conditions bay area wide.
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>> reporter: young crime fighter smile scott got his wish he won our hearts but at what cost per it final estimate 13,000 people showed up to support him and his quest went by role and the cost we will let as f p the answer that. no overtime cost was associated with the bad kid eats that. it was a dynamic that we use all personnel that was scheduled to work. >> reporter: so no price tag
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and the and the result is priceless. >> reporter: remember you can catch all of your newest followed by entertainment tonight at 730. >> pam: the next edition of people behaving badly coming at coming up! >> reporter: i am kron4 tech reporter gate slate be sure to tune into the tech report tonight at 8 how to keep
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(male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> reporter: the blinker on was paced at 80 miles per hour in a 45 mile per hour construction zone on interstate 880 in oakland exit the freeway exit the freeway >> reporter:she has paper plates and apparently one of her tail lights are out but what happens in the next few minutes >> reporter:will put the
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driver into the people behaving badly history books the first thig she say is nat: i already got a ticket for the light. can i see that ticket >> reporter:then the officers tells her about her speed and she claims she wasn't fgoing that fast well how fast were you going then like 72 72 do you knnow what the speed limit is right there. its 45 . 45 where? on the freeway when i was behind you when you say you were doing 72 how is the speed limit 45 right there because there are black and white signs saying 45 >> reporter:the ticket she showed the offcer was from july and you still don't have license plates on the car whats going on with that >> reporter:apparently she has the plates she just never got around to putting them on since 2010 also she was missing something else do you have current insurance this is from feb 2012? you got stopped in july and he cited you for no insurance as well noooo noooo not no insurance it
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say right here 16028a no insurance >> reporter:she was also missing the registration paperwork but the talking to her was well lets just say intresting i only get pulled over in oakland, for a city that has much going on how do they have so much time to pull me over >> reporter:oh i almost forget to mention in her back this is a 3 year old >> reporter:how come he is not in a car seat i ran to go get them something to eat like that's it >> reporter:in the end she was cited for speeding, broken windsheld, no insurance. no plates, no child seat and operation after notifacation what that means is we told you to put plates on the car you've gotten a citation for it you still haven't done it don't i have an option to be on that or not >> reporter:yes you have a option, don't behave badly in oakland and stanley roberts kron 4 news.
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(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary: most everyone was blaming the call and my thing is if you let it go and one called decide your fate bin you are not that good any way on that particular day. >> gary: if no one comes back at me i will continue to state that the head of an f l commission says 10 out of 10 times that will be called a penalty >> gary: how did i sound to that? >> pam: you sound great him and you
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stood your ground. >> gary: i am standing tall. >> pam: and you stood your ground. >> gary: that is like me getting on here and saying ... know what if i had came on a set-forecast was a pretty good because the equipment did not work when you get tired of me saying that five days out of the week? >> pam: sometimes you do say that (laughter) >> jacqueline: (laughter) >> gary: he led the raiders to play when over houston thrift it was the worst loss in houston history when the report when the raiders beat you at home that is how it
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goes. smuggling will he start again? will mc goin start again? "i will not get into a hypothetical yet because i do not know that. but i figure out and have a time to sit down with terrell and see how he is physically then i can see how i can make a decision for sunday. " >> gary: jason appelbaum said that i would weekend. if you are going to start the other guy then you would come out today. how was jason tonight? >> jacqueline: jason is the
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>> pam: you are both good. >> jacqueline: jason is good >> gary: i am in charge of everyone. >> jacqueline: (laughter) >> pam: (laughter) >> gary: sad story. dies following a high speed car crash. one of the two men to die in the accident. >> gary: he has been flat
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for unnecessary roughness fined 30,000 a week and more than zero hundred thousand in week two. >> gary: walden pulled off walkers helmet and head butted him. >> gary: how about the jackson and the cardinal spirit jaguars >> gary:pulling out his locks. >> gary:it hurts! trust me !
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>> gary:the older you get ... you start to comb to the front.
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(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary: to security guards were convicted of attempted murder that worked tom brady in giselle bunch and party no word on no word on how
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much time they will serve. the batkid video going viral. where is the pint-sized skru sader today. alec ba
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"omg! insider," the top trending stories you need to know. >> she sticks him on me like a pit bull. >> first the paparazzi. now legitimate media. why this reporter is blaming alech baldwin's wife. >> his daughter now defending her dad as he gets suspended from msnbc. >> this great town of toronto. >> hey, man, i got what you asked. >> toronto's crack smoking mayor slammed by "snl." angelina's emotional night with brad and an all grown up maddox. >> mad, i'm not going to cry. batkid. the stars on making this 5-year-old leukemia patient's wish come true. >> so many came out to be a part of this. it was really beautiful. in was julian michaels made
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quiat bqua "biggest loser" scapegoat so that ruben could return. number one for seveny weeks and she's only 17. >> now where yahoo! and broadcast meet for 24/7 access to celebrity news, "omg! insider." so the man in toronto smokes crack. instead of getting fired, he gets a tv show. hello, everyone. i'm kevin frazier. >> i'm thea andrews. i am originally from toronto, which is a lovely place, by the way, so, please, don't judge the folks there. and don't judge alec baldwin, at least according to his daughter ireland. let's get into that. has alec hit "30 rock" bottom? >> i asked you a question. >> alec baldwin at it again. >> you want to apologize? >> i asked you a question. >> get out of here. >> alec explodes. it happened again friday. this time with the new york reporter. >> i want to press charges against her. >> the journalist told fox & friends baldwin went ballistic after she tried to

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